you're talking about a guy who has been through similar situations and it makes it easy to relate to each other. what he was saying there is just, is part of it, part of the job. it's what we sign up for. we know what we're getting into. it's the reason the pipeline is so long. it's not something you go in, a couple weeks of training, you get dropped into. you know what you're getting yourself into. chris, he was very good at what he did. in the military. and he was also very good at what he did when he got out of the military. and sometimes those two things, they run over, they coexist, if you will, with each other. but at the end of the day, you know, you get up, shake it off. you surround yourself with the people you love like his family, his kids, his parents, brother, and that's the best way to do it. if you dwell on what you did as a job, it just sucks you down. you can't think about it like that. we're there for one reason, one reason only.